Soluto, which helps bring an end to PC user frustration from printing problems, annoying add-ons, apps that crash, resource hogs, and those frustrating applications that randomly cause your mouse to become useless for a few seconds at a time.
Today, the company is launching a new browser tool that shows which toolbars, add-ons and plug-ins are currently installed on your browser, what they do, and what they look like. With a single click you can remove unneeded ones. It also lets you revert back to your search provider of choice (Yahoo, Bing or Google) in case it was "hijacked" by other software.
The new tool will also show you what percentage of users removed each add-on or toolbars so users can determine if it makes sense to remove the plugin.
"Another addition to the Soluto product changes the way you experience application crashes (that's, when applications unexpectedly "die" and prompt Windows to send "Crash Report" dialogs). Soluto analyzes app crashes against tens of millions of crashes already collected, and finds solutions to prevent them from recurring.
While some app crashes don't have a solution, Soluto will show you what probably caused the crash and allows you to send in a form so that Soluto can possible crowdsource the answer to the problem. This anonymous technical data is gathered and sent to Soluto's PC Genome, a knowledgebase containing statistical insights about PC software and hardware behavior, as well as remedies to alleviate PC usage frustrations."
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